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's cambodia. but maybe, just maybe, doctors tonight may have cracked the puzzle. at least we hope. cnn's dr. sanjay gupta joins us now. he arrived in cambodia and he is on the phone with us. so dr. gupta, talk to me about this so-called breakthrough we have been hearing about. what do you think of this disease and breakthrough? >> well, you know, it's been a complete mystery for some time now. this is a significant development. what doctors have discovered is the beginnings of a pattern among these dozens of kids that, you know, there's been -- the numbers vary a little bit, don, but 66 cases of this sort of mystery disease, 64 as you mentioned children have died. nearly 100% lethality. what they have found is something known as virus 71. it's a particular type of virus that can cause something known as hand, foot, and mouth disease. they've seen outbreaks in various parts of the world. oftentimes it can be contained. it certainly doesn't have the same degree of lethality as this. that's where the mystery still remains. why is this killing children so universally? could this potentially be
you here with us. i'm ashleigh banfield. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> we begin this morning with breaking news. we have learned that president obama is holding a big event at the white house rose garden later today to resurrect the battle over the bush tax cuts. he will be surrounded by working class americans while he calls on congress to extend tax cuts for everyone, making $250,000 a year or less. republicans want the tax cuts extended for everyone, the wealthy included. the white house will be very busy framing the tax cut debate this week with events planned in new hampshire, nevada, colorado and florida. republicans as i mentioned want the tax cuts extended for all americans, even the wealthiest. at 7:00 eastern on "starting point" we'll talk about that position with tennessee republican congresswoman marsha blackburn. >> we have been warning you and now the time has come. hundreds of thousands of people are going to wake up this morning and computers will be dark. no web service. as of 12:01 this morning, the fbi, yes, it was the fbi who was
more info, an expanded look at our top stories is sitting right there for you on i hope you don't have the virus that kicked you off the internet. >>> call your friends, because they might not be watching. they may be struggling on the internet to get the news. these banks, they were accused of rigging interest rates overseas. by the way, they're interest rates that affect you, just so you know. this scandal could affect how much you're paying for loans or mortgages in the united states. we'll tell you how, after this break. the real things. nature valley trail mix bars are made with real ingredients you can see. like whole roasted nuts, chewy granola, and real fruit. nature valley trail mix bars. 100% natural. 100% delicious. >>> 24 minutes past 5:00 on the east coast. we're minding your business and the u.s. stock futures are trading lower this morning and for good reason. the whole friday jobs report is nasty. it's a bit of a domino effect. we're still reeling from the effects of the lower number than a lot of people were hoping for. >> reaction was strong. keep
afford to pay more. and this is an idea that historically, including in cnn orc polls has polled well on how wealthier americans pay more money. but it also has trouble getting through congress. president obama backed the same idea in 2010. he tried but ultimately ended up signing a two-year extension for all across the board tax cuts from the bush era tax cuts. and wolf, i will say republicans now seizing on this. white house speaker john boehner saying this is just president obama trying to distract from the poor job numbers that we saw out on friday. >> what would happen -- i know you've been checking with your sources over there, brianna, if the house of representatives, which has a lopsided republican majority and the senate, which has a narrow democratic majority, but they're half a dozen democrats who may vote with republicans on this one. let's say they pass legislation to extend the bush tax cuts for another year for everyone. middle class as well as wealthy, would the president of the united states veto that legislation? >> white house press secretary jay carney said today h
class while romney only wants to protect rich people like h himself. cnn's dan lothian is at the white house and the president is going to put on quite a show. >> reporter: that's right. and turning a little bit of the attention away from what we saw last week, those disappointing jobs numbers. the president turning his focus on extending the bush-era tax cuts for those making up to $250,000 a year for only a year. the president really has been on this push, the narrative from the campaign has been one of helping the middle class or those trying to get into middle class. by doing this the president is drawing a contrast between those that he says need the most help and are suffering in this down economy compared to those he says his opponent is pushing for and that's those wealthy americans. the president will be out there pushing this theme in iowa, virginia and also some private citizens and state and local officials will also be what the campaign calls amplifying the message in key battleground states like new hampshire, florida, are colorado, and nevada. remember, two years ago in
.thieves are making big bucks stealing recyclable material like cardboard and pii from sidewalks and back alleys.cnn's susan candiotti shows us why it's so lucrative. --reporter pkg-as follows -- it's 3 a-m, and aaman emerges from a professionnl-looking truck behhnd the red rooster restauraat in damascus, maryland. he wears a peemingly official vest. but--iistead oo unlocking some what'' he after? believe it or not...ccoking oil. for somebody to just come up and do that sort of thing. i don't know why anybody would want to mess with that nasty stuff (laughs).this alleged thief messed with them before--the restaurant's surveillaace camera caught the action.the worst thing is they even cut the locks off, i mean, come oo. the cooking oil rippff came right before its monthly grease pick-up...anything we cook in the flat grill goes dump t nto the bucket. the - same with the chicken fryer and the barbecue.that goop is then used by refiners to make bio diesel fuel for powering cars and trucks.they cut us a check of a hundred fifty dollars everr time we fill it up.a great eal for honest businnsses, but
conducted at yankees stadium, broadcast on cnn, and personal wishes from president obama and lady gaga and the dalai lama. it's going to be one hell of a disappointment. that's all for us tonight. >>> a deadly medical mystery is targeting children. it's a disease no doctor has ever seen. a disease without a name. >> in one case, the child's lung deteriorated within hours. >>> one of the fastest men on earth -- >> you want to get up to speed as quickly as possible. >> reveals the secret to his success, slavery. >> i was able to break the world record. >> is he right? does the color of your skin make you better, faster, stronger? >>> plus, a cyber attack. the criminals already behind bars. but the impact of the crime is yet to be felt. why you could be a victim just hours from now. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm don lemon. let's get you up to speed. tonight, more american troops dead in afghanistan. six u.s. service members killed in just one explosion today. it was a bomb that went off in eastern afghanistan. two other nato troops, we don't know their national itsity /* -- nationa
from his former spokesperson and current campaign adviser on cnn's "state of the union." >> the president's totally committed to getting rid of the tax cut for those making $250,000 and above? >> let's make some progress on our spending by doing away with tax cuts for people that, quite frankly, don't need them. tax cuts that you haven't worked. and have them pay their fair share. >> is that a yes or no? the president is completely committed to this? he won't allow it to happen? >> he is 100% committed to it. >> at a girl, candy, way to go get it on the record. this looks as though the president daring republicans to oppose the tax cuts for the many while insisting on the tax cuts for the few. real polling. >> that's right. as wolf was pointing out you does the president have the votes to get this passed in the senate? it is unclear at this point. what the president was able to do and the reason they do relish this is right fight is because it plays into this narrative that we have been hearing out there on the campaign trail. do voters want to be with the party around
.thieves are making big bucks stealing recyclable material like cardboard and oil from sidewalks and back alleys.cnn's susan candiotti shows us why it's so lucrative. --reporter pkg-as ffllows -- it's 3 a-m, and a man emergee from a proffssional-looking truck behind the red restturann in damascus, unlocking some padlocks, hee snaps them off. what's he somebodd to just come up and do that ssrt of thing. i don't know why anybody would want to (laughs).this alleegd thief messed with ttem before--the restaurant's surveillance camera caughttthe action.the worst thing is they even cut the cooking oii ripoff came on. into a little drawer and we - same with the chicken frrer and the arbecue.that goop is bio diesel fuel for powering cars and trucks.they cut us a check of a hundred fiftyy dollars every time we fill it up.a great deal for honess businesses, but thieves also are cashing in...ripping off theewaste oil and selling t on the black market for 500 dollars a pick-up. the natioo-wide's t's a pretty much 100-percent profit they sell's a similar situation for cardboard.we &plose app
by vitac -- >>> i'm suzanne malveaux, and this hour in the "cnn newsroom," where we are focusing on politics and the president's new plan to extend the bush era tax cuts for families making $250,000 or less. and also a roll back of the voting rights of 1965. and deja vu as the house votes wednesday to repeal the health care law again. it is the 31st vote to repeal obama care as it is called, but the first one since the supreme court has upheld the law. the initial attempt to get rid of the law came in january of 2011, two weeks after the gop took control of the house. that vote passed and died in the senate however as it has every other time that the house has tried to repeal the law. >>> president obama says he has a sure-fired way to help middle-class taxpayers to help families making less than $250,000 a year, and get rid of tax breaks for the wealthy. i want to bring in jessica yellin who is in new york today. he talked about this and talked about it from the white house and clearly laying down the gauntlet, if you will, and he says, okay, i want to put this befo
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. meanwhile a cnn, usa today poll says the president holds a slight edge over romney in 12 swing states. >>> good morning. let's look at maryland's most powerful radar showing steady rains for the beltways. baltimore city to brooklyn park towards edgemere and essex and thunder and lightning along mount 70. going towards owings mills. so steady rains across the region and then tremendous amount of lightning. look at this along the delaware beaches towards ocean city. that's rolling off the coast as we speak. in terms of how much rain that has been falling, some of the bands of rain have been putting down an inch to two inches of rein fall per hour. we have been watching that on the radar and for that reason, we had a few flash flood warnings. one over frederick county is up until 5:45. localized flooding going on right now. but we could see localized flooding about any part of the area this morning. 75 in town. rain cooled 75 in dc and going towards salisbury still holding onto 7-- 79 degrees. there's cold front to the south and this will continue to sink south during the course of the a
. federer has 17 grand slam trophies. i'm don lemon keeping you informed at cnn the most trusted name in news. stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard-earned money. now meet jack. after 40 years, he finally saved enough to enjoy retirement. angie, the waitress at jack's favorite diner, is also enjoying his retirement. with just a little information, she's opened up a credit line, draining the equity in jack's home. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. see, ordinary credit monitoring services tell you after your identity has been stolen. they may take up to 60 days to alert you-- too late for jack. >>> to keep america great, we have to keep america creative. account alerts, she may have been notified in time to help stop it. if jack had lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection, he could have been alerted by phone or e-mail as soon as they noticed an attack on their network, before it was too l
worked for cnn. maybe brian's mother could double the viewership for cnn. [applause] bill o'reilly was at my house for dinner the other night with a group of people. i was not there. [applause] no, it's fine. there were lots of people there. i told bill reilly that i love fox. i love watching fox. in the conservatives can be on fox. i said, i am on cnn. i parachute in behind enemy lines. twice a week. i sit there on a panel 14 people. john kennedy says very courageous of you, bill. very anonymous said he. very courageous of you. no one is watching. what happened thursday in washington was a travesty. i cannot tell you how disappointed i am in john roberts. i cannot tell you how disappointed i am -- [applause] i will tell you why. i will tell you why because i know him. a lot of friends of his our friends of mine. i have a dinner with him. talks with him. i had some doubts when he came in. and i have expressed them to people who were in the business of setting because in 1990, i heard the name david souter. i was the drugs are at the time. i called my friend bill kristol, my
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did,. >> reporter: januaryy moose, cnn. >> kudos to him. >> reporter: new york. >> 1993 movie michael douglas falling down have you seen it? >> i have not. >> it's very much like that. and i have to say not good. >> yeah. >> inexcusable. >> yeah. he can complain behind bars and will probably end up in jail. >> he was cheerful while they put on the cuffs. >> he was pleasant. >> i guess he is he is speced it once you have that -- i guess he expected it once you have those antiics. welcome back. >> someone who could have what similar reaction jeff herman the topic of caption this. >> he was pranked over the weekend and as you look at picture we posted on the facebook, oh, he came in to a surprise this morning. >> that's took -- that took work and money. >> i wond here did it, too. >> he says he has suspicions. >> well, we posted a picture on the facebook page and many have sounded off on it. some very funny captions. melissa wrote in saying guaranteed good reception. gina wrote in saying everything has a silver lining and remodeled for one dollar and 89 cents and mike masco said the leng
to senator mitch mcconnell, leader of the republicans in the senate. he was on cnn's "state of the union" yesterday talking about this fiscal cliff. >> what we could do, what the house doll in week, i believe, is go ahead and extend the current tax rates for another year. that deals with part -- >> the president said he would veto that. >> the president shouldn't veto that. that is the same president who signed the very same thing two years ago with the argument to do otherwise to make the economy worse. >> i understand. >> the principle reason that we're having this economic strong what the government is doing to the private sector. the president keeps talking about public sector employees, unemployment in the public sector is 4.2%. we've got to get the private sector going. that's the only way you have job growth which creates revenue for the government. everything this administration has done, candy, has taken us in the wrong direction. mcconnell on mitch cnn yesterday. bill, independent caller from philadelphia. the newsou think about that the president plans to make a push today to
could see when he was asked about this. one cnn debate he was very slippery about it. he was frustrated about the precedent with his father giving more returns out. the strange thing about this is he's been running for president about eight years. he's been thinking about running and ran in '08 and ran this time. he's had a lot of time to fix his taxes. it's a mystery to what he was thinking. this was an obvious problem that was going to come up. but he seems not to care enough about it to fix it before now. talking about it five months before the election. >> ryan, the other part of this is media is concerned about a lot of the details in the scrutiny. but the general perception given the voters is here's a rich guy advocating for rich people to have tax cuts. who's hanging out in the hamptons jet skiing. i think overall the average voters is not going to audit their taxes if they come out. it's the overall broad perception of this 1% of for the 1% by the 1% are going into the white house. that's a big political problem. >> i think that the unpatriotic part of it is what's going to be
mcconnell told cnn the president's plan could make a bad problem worse. >> and we have got the fiscal cliff coming at the end of the year. you know, what we ought to be doing is extend the current tax rates for another year with a hard requirement to get through comprehensive tax reform one more time. >> ifill: both campaigns are appealing to middle class pocketbooks at the same time they are adding record sums to their campaign coffers. romney and the republican national committee reported raising $106 million last month, outstripping the president and the democrats, who pulled in $71 million. outside fundraising groups are raising and spending millions more. all those dollar signs add up to a debate that could easily determine which party wins the white house and the congress this fall. for more on the politics behind the policy, we turn to "newshour" political editor christina bellantoni and stuart rothenberg of the "rothenberg political report." listening to the president just now, christina, i was interested when he talked about the pivot point we just mentioned. he said that the
martin is here, cnn contributor and allison stewart, republican analyst. roland, explain the basics. people with a driver's license have a picture, they may be saying, i don't understand this. how could 1.4 million people not have a photo id? tell me who these people are. >> well, a lot of people don't have it because you're not necessarily required. you're talking about senior citizens. you're also talking about any number of minorities because if you're not having a checking account, you're not showing it. i'm a native of texas. i'm in houston right now. they also don't allow a student id, erin. now, the georgia law allowed for the public university students to use their student id but not private schools. but in texas, you can use your gun permit id to be able to vote but not a student id. that's what's so crazy. but also the legislature in passing this bill bypassed the normal procedure of two-thirds voting to approve the bill. they bypassed that to get this in. and so it raises the question, why would you do that -- why would you go against your normal procedure to pass this bi
two-min ad. i want to finish this. yesterday on cnn you popped another one. you said that there are questions -- candy crowley said, some of the accusations you're making about some of mitt romney's companies, the companies that bain invested in, took place after mitt romney actually left bain capital and you said that's not so clear. >> i'm not sure. >> it's not. >> he left bain capital in february 2009, also on a financial disclosure that he signed and if he actually is doing what you were saying he's doing, be which is being misleading, and is actually punishable under federal criminal law. are you suggesting that mitt romney is guilty of some kind of felony here? >> dan, what i'm suggesting is, nobody has any idea because the only person with the tax returns is mitt romney. now, let me go through -- >> you're responding to information he released. he released those tax returns. that's what you're responding to. >> i've watched the dan senor infomercial and i would like to be and bring truth into this discussion. let's understand that the day before m
to interview her. the guardian, bbc, cnn, she became a bit of a celebrity in the journalism world. then one day in june a relative of hers posted on her blog that she had been kidnapped by state security or something like that. immediately people began to mobilize. they began to put together facebook pages to support her cause, creating avenue tars for people to news solidarity. some organized protests at the syrian embassies. y was very -- was very interested in finding people who knew her to find a sense of how much danger she might truly be in. as i started asking around i started getting messages from my contacts in syria and they were saying well, i'm part of the local gay community here and i never heard of here. others would say i haven't met her. each would pass me onto someone else. i got to the point i was saying does anyone know anyone who has met her in person? it final by -- finely got to the point where i contacted the reporter at the guardian who did the very first interview, interviewed her in person and he said what can you tell me about this person. what they told me is that t
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